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کنفرانس «مرکز هنر و فرهنگ اسلامی: خراسان از صدر اسلام تا مغولان و ما بعد آن»، اشتوتگارت، آلمان

دانشگاه بامبرگ آلمان، موزه هنرهای اسلامی برلین و موزه لیندن اشتورتگارت در روزهای سوم و چهارم نوامبر سال جاری میلادی، کنفرانسی با عنوان «مراکز هنر و فرهنگ اسلامی: خراسان از صدر اسلام تا مغولان و ما بعد آن»، در شهر اشتوتگارت آلمان برگزار می کند. 

 

Heartland of Islamic Art and Culture: Khurasan from Early Islam to the Mongols and beyond

International Conference, Linden-Museum Stuttgart, 03.-04. November 2016

 

The conference is organized by the Khurasan research project, a joint project of the University of Bamberg, Islamisches Museum (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin) and the Linden-Museum Stuttgart (2014-2017). It is funded by the Federal Ministry of Research (BMBF) in the scope of the research program "The Language of Objects".

 

Programme

 

Thursday, 03.11.2016

09:45-11:10 Welcome and Panel 1

09:45-10:00 Welcome (Prof. Dr. Inés de Castro; Dr. Annette Krämer, Prof. Dr. Lorenz Korn)

10:00-10:40 Dr. Christine Nölle-Karimi: Keynote Lecture

10:40-11:10 Dr. Yuri Karev (Paris): Khurāsān and Māwarā’annahr under Umayyad and ʽAbbāsid power – The system of government and its transformation

 

11:10-11:30 Coffee Break

 

11:30-12:30 Panel 2

11:30 Dr. Meysam Khaniki (Tehran): The Čahār ṭāq of Bazeh-Hur: An Archaeological Investigation (2014).

12:00 Dr. Asan Torgoev and Dr. Alexei Kulish (St. Petersburg): The 10-11 centuries neighbourhood mosques in Paikend

 

12:30-14:30 Lunch Break

 

14:30-16:00 Panel 3

14:30 Dr. Annabelle Collinet (Paris): The Islametal project, an archaeometallurgical study of the Louvre Iranian world collection of metalwares, 10th-15th century AD

15:00 Dr. Roland Schwab (Mannheim): Archaeometallurgical examination of copper alloys from Khurasan

15:30 Dr. Martina Rugiadi (New York): The Qanat Tepe horseman and the painting tradition in Nishapur.

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break

 

16:30-17:30 Panel 4

16:30 Zahra Lorzadeh (Frankfurt am Main): The rural landscape of the Nishapur heartland: settlement system from the Early Islamic period up to the 7th AH/13th BC century

17:00 Dr. Rajabʽali Labbaf Khaniki (Mashhad): The Archaeological Excavations at Shadiakh

 

Friday, 04.11.2016

10:00-11:30 Panel 5

10:00 Dr. Ahmad Khan (Hamburg): Cultural History of the Early Islamic Empire: The View from the Province of Khurasan

10:30 Dr. Pierre Simeon and Dr. Martina Müller-Wiener (Berlin): From Afrasiab to Berlin: a multidisciplinary study on 10th-11th c. Samarcand ceramics and their production

11:00 Viola Allegranzi (Paris): The Medieval Urbanism of Ghazni (Afghanistan): a Cross-reading of Textual and Material Evidence, 10th-12th century

 

11:30-12:00 Coffee Break

 

12:00-13:00 Panel 6

12:00 Dr. Ruslan Muradov (Ashqabad): Late Medieval Mausoleums in the Köpet Dag Mountains. Problems of attribution

12:30 Mustafa Tupev (Bamberg): The Mausoleum of Khoja Rabi in Mashad

 

13:00-14:30 Lunch Break

 

14:30-16:00 Panel 7

14:30 Kourosh Rashidi (Bamberg/Berlin): The wing palmette: Openwork in medieval Islamic metalwork from Khorasan

15:00 Bekhruz Kurbanov (Stuttgart): The Linden-Museum Candlestick. Regional style in medieval metalwork from Khurasan

15:30 Dr. Valentina Laviola (Venice): Some Islamic Buckets from Ghazni and Khurasan: a comparative perspective

 

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break

 

16:30-18:00 Panel 8

16:30 Dr. Jangar Ilyasov (Tashkent)The Budrach Hoard: Metalwork between Mawara al-Nahr and Khurasan

17:00 Dr. Rocco Rante (Paris)The Franco-Iranian Archaeological Mission in Khorasan: insight and perspective

17:30 Concluding remarks

 

18:30 Public lecture (in German): Khurasan. Landschaft, Architektur und Kunst in islamischer Zeit (Lorenz Korn)